I am a travel advisor for JayWay Travel and I get joy from planning amazing adventures for clients with the knowledge I've gained having traveled extensively throughout Europe. I prefer to build a relationship with my clients and really get to know them so that I can suggest the best things to do in order to make their trip as memorable as possible. My specialties are in Central and Eastern Europe where I have traveled the most.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Central and Eastern Europe. Specifically Italy, Croatia, Germany, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Austria, Hungary, Romania, Poland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania."
How did you get involved in travel?
"During my time in university, I studied abroad twice which eventually sparked my passion for travel. Eventually, I decided I'd like to have a career in tourism to be able to pursue my travel goals and most importantly share those experiences with others so they can enjoy them just as much as I did!"
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"I'd have to say in Cape Town, South Africa when I went diving with Copper Sharks and also snorkeling with seals. Being that close to animals in the wild (especially sharks) was very memorable."
Featured trips & expertise
It's possible to see a lot of Croatia in a week. The city of Split is a good place to start: three of the following itineraries begin there. Most trips include at least a night or two in Dubrovnik, plus excursions to the islands and national parks. Visit the palaces and parks of the capital, take a road trip along the Dalmatian coast, hike through vineyards and lavender fields, or cycle across the border of Bosnia and Herzegovina with these itinerary suggestions.
With a week in Slovenia, you can take in various highlights or spend your time exploring one region, like Mount Triglav or the Julian Alps, in greater depth. In these five one-of-a-kind itineraries, you'll hike between mountain huts in Triglav National Park, sample local wines in Goriška Brda, cycle through native forests on the Istrian peninsula, swim and kayak on Lake Bled, and hike through the picturesque gorges and villages of the Soča Valley.
This complete self-drive tour covers the highlights of Romania's Transylvania region and features attractions made famous by Bram Stoker's, Dracula. You will visit historic fortresses and medieval castles, linked to Vlad III Dracul, "the Impaler," himself, as well as explore medieval Saxon towns and cities. Discover the myth and legend of Count Dracula on this nine-day itinerary.
It’s easy to follow the crowds in Croatia, but that doesn’t mean you should. Although the Dalmatian Islands, Dubrovnik, and Split rightfully receive many accolades, it can pay off to forge your own path—especially in crowded peak season. Try Istria's best seafood in a sleepy fishing village, find hidden culinary delights on an island known for nightlife, and encounter the country's past through historic architecture and monuments.
Spend 8 days exploring history, nature, and culture on this tour of Transylvania and Bucovina. Start in Bucharest to the Parliament Palace and the Old City center. Continue to the countryside, visiting medieval castles, small villages, and seeing the beautiful landscapes along the way. End the trip with a real treat—a visit to Bran Castle, legendary home of the mythical Dracula.
Croatia is becoming increasingly popular for travelers, especially the southern Dalmatian Coast with its medieval cities of Dubrovnik and Split. Yet Croatia offers much more than its famous highlights — it's the perfect place to hike, bike, enjoy some of the world's best wine and food, or relax on an island getaway. Our local specialists will help tailor the perfect trip based on what activities and places interest you the most.